Haugan & Lindgren

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Haugan & Lindgren was a bank headquartered in Chicago, Illinois. The bank operated from December 8, 1879, until February 10, 1891, from quarters at No. 57 and No. 59 La Salle Street. The bank was a partnership of Helge Alexander Haugan, H. G. Haugan and John R. Lindgren. Haugan & Lindgren was a predecessor of the State Bank of Chicago. [1]

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  • Henschen, Henry S. A History of The State Bank Of Chicago From 1879 To 1904 (Kessinger Publishing, LLC. Chicago. pages 15–20. 1905)
  • Currey, J. Seymour Chicago, its history and its builders, A century of marvelous growth(S. J. Clark Publishing Company. Chicago. pages 340-342. 1912)
  • Olson, Ernest W. History of the Swedes of Illinois (Engberg-Holmberg Publishing.Chicago .1908)

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